U.S. Farm Report
When I teach on-farm staff or veterinary students how to do a physical examination, I usually focus on five major areas.
Troy Van Hauen says employers need to know the difference between "high potentials" and "high performers" when looking to hire as well as reward employees.
On a recent segment of Customer Support, U.S. Farm Reporter John Phipps lamented his lack of branded clothing and how he had to buy a winter jacket.
As “go time” nears, farmers evaluate the markets to finalize cropping decisions.
A tax being proposed in West Virginia would assess a voluntary $0.50 per head tax to cattle producers to cover predator control in the state.
Who Will Save the East Coast's Oldest Refiner After Bankruptcy?
Cash rents are due in roughly 30 days, and some farmers are looking at ways to generate some cash. One way to do it is to move grain, and that’s when basis can come into play.
How accurate and precise are quick tests and labs when analyzing DON (vomitoxin)? The quick test or lab used can have a significant impact on the reliability of the data.